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The Press and Journal has been recognised as the UK's best regional daily newspaper for the second year in a row at a prestigious awards ceremony.
Scores of budding seafarers turned out at a special event to learn more about The Press and Journal's exotic nautical adventure.
A shortlist of exceptional HR advisers and managers tipped to take home one of the industry’s most prestigious gongs has been revealed.
It's now easier than ever to enjoy The Press and Journal where and when you prefer — thanks to our great new tablet subscription offer.
All companies that excel in the oil and gas industry are being encouraged to enter The Press and Journal’s Gold Awards.
Headlines dating back more than 60 years have been unearthed for the first time in decades by a north-east P&J reader.
A prize minibus which was sought after by communities across the north and north-east will soon make its way across the Pentland Firth after being won by an Orkney sports group.
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The Press and Journal scored a double success at the annual Highlands and Islands Media Awards.
Employment tribunals are “back in a big way”, one of the Highlands’ leading employment lawyers told a gathering of businesspeople yesterday.
An outstanding performance in human resources (HR) will see one lucky winner hailed as “fantastic” at The Press & Journal cHeRries Awards 2019.
A north-east woman has swapped delivering papers for delivering tries.
A charity which helps to clothe and support underprivileged children is hoping to win a the Press and Journal's minibus competition.
A north-east Boys Brigade group is hoping a world of opportunity will open up if they win a new minibus with The Press and Journal.
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An Aberdeenshire football team hopes to score a new minibus to help the younger players travel to matches.
A new home has been found for The Press and Journal archives at the city library.
Community groups across the north and north-east are once again being given the chance to win a brand-new minibus.
Guests at this year’s Energy Snow Ball will be sure to have the look of love as Eighties chart-toppers ABC take to the stage.
The Scottish Suffragette movement was ground-breaking in so many ways and in a high-profile talk this week an Aberdeen professor will reveal how it successfully used the nation’s media to advance its cause.
The beaming face of a young Alex Salmond is the last thing a north-east family expected to see when they strayed off the beaten path and deep into an Aberdeen forest.
Tickets are being snapped up fast for The Press & Journal Morning Briefing on housing next Thursday.
A prominent Highland journalist who worked with the Press and Journal and was also a highly successful football manager has died at the age of 86.
Today we are delighted to unveil a new look to The Press and Journal and unveil a brand new food and drink magazine, The Menu.
Aberdeen Journals has opened a new shop as part of the company’s move back into the city centre.
For the first time in almost 50 years today’s The Press and Journal has been produced from offices in the heart of Aberdeen.
Two categories at the Turriff Show have been named after the late Press and Journal farming editor Joe Watson.
Two leading Aberdeen-based oil and gas service chain companies are competing head-to-head for the renewables honour in the 2018 Press and Journal Energy Voice Gold Awards.
Respected business and energy industry figures gathered in Aberdeen yesterday to run the rule over a strong list of nominees for the 2018 Press and Journal Gold Awards.